A court in Germany has sent a thirty-year-old Czech man to seven years in prison for a number of across-the- border robberies in which he threatened his victims with a machete and breaking into a German bakery shop where he and his accomplice were caught red-handed. His accomplice received a three year sentence. Both have admitted their guilt and will not appeal the verdict.
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